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The '''Reise, Reise Tour''' was the fourth concert tour by [[Rammstein (band)|Rammstein]]. It is named after the band's fourth album, ''[[Reise, Reise (album)|Reise, Reise]]'', which was released on 27 September 2004. The tour had 73 concerts, the first one being on [[01.11.2004 (concert)|1 November 2004]] in Mannheim (not counting the label showcase on [[30.09.2004 (concert)|30 September 2004]] and the private shows for the members of the official [[Fanclub|fanclub]] on [[11.10.2004 (concert)|11]], [[12.10.2004 (concert)|12]] and [[13.10.2004 (concert)|13 October 2004]] in Berlin) and the last on [[30.07.2005 (concert)|30 July 2005]] in Gothenburg, Sweden.
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The '''Reise, Reise Tour''' was the fourth concert tour by [[Rammstein (band)|Rammstein]]. It is named after the band's fourth album, ''[[Reise, Reise (album)|Reise, Reise]]'', which was released on 27 September 2004. The tour had 73 concerts, the first one being on [[01.11.2004 (concert)|1 November 2004]] in Mannheim, Germany (not counting the label showcase on [[30.09.2004 (concert)|30 September 2004]] and the private shows for the members of the official [[Fanclub|fanclub]] on [[11.10.2004 (concert)|11]], [[12.10.2004 (concert)|12]] and [[13.10.2004 (concert)|13 October 2004]] in Berlin) and the last on [[30.07.2005 (concert)|30 July 2005]] in Gothenburg, Sweden.
  
 
==Subtours, tour legs and special performances==
 
==Subtours, tour legs and special performances==
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| style="text-align:center"|'''Dates''' || '''Subtour / Tour leg / Type'''
 
| style="text-align:center"|'''Dates''' || '''Subtour / Tour leg / Type'''
 
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| style="text-align:center"|[[30.09.2004 (concert)|30.09.2004]] || '''[[Label showcase|Label showcase]]''' || rowspan=3 | <center><big>'''[[Reise, Reise Tour 2004]]'''</big></center>
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| style="text-align:center"|[[30.09.2004 (concert)|30 September 2004]] || '''[[Label showcase|Label showcase]]''' || rowspan=3 | <center><big>'''[[Reise, Reise Tour 2004]]'''</big></center>
 
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| [[11.10.2004 (concert)|11.10.2004]] – [[13.10.2004 (concert)|13.10.2004]] || '''[[Fanarea / LIFAD Concerts|Fanarea shows]]'''
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| [[11.10.2004 (concert)|11 October 2004]] – [[13.10.2004 (concert)|13 October 2004]] || '''[[Fanarea / LIFAD Concerts|Fanarea shows]]'''
 
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| [[01.11.2004 (concert)|01.11.2004]] – [[18.12.2004 (concert)|18.12.2004]] || '''[[Reise, Reise Tour 2004|Headline shows]]'''
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| [[01.11.2004 (concert)|1 November 2004]] – [[18.12.2004 (concert)|18 December 2004]] || '''[[Reise, Reise Tour 2004|Headline shows]]'''
 
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| [[01.02.2005 (concert)|01.02.2005]] – [[30.07.2005 (concert)|30.07.2005]] || '''[[Reise, Reise Tour 2005|Headline shows & festivals]]''' || rowspan=3 | <center><big>'''[[Reise, Reise Tour 2005|Reise, Reise Tour 2005]]'''</big></center>
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| [[01.02.2005 (concert)|1 February 2005]] – [[30.07.2005 (concert)|30 July 2005]] || '''[[Reise, Reise Tour 2005|Headline shows & festivals]]''' || rowspan=3 | <center><big>'''[[Reise, Reise Tour 2005|Reise, Reise Tour 2005]]'''</big></center>
 
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| style="text-align:center"|[[02.04.2005 (concert)|02.04.2005]] || '''[[TV Performances|TV performance]]'''
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| style="text-align:center"|[[02.04.2005 (concert)|2 April 2005]] || '''[[TV Performances|TV performance]]'''
 
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| style="text-align:center"|[[26.05.2005 (concert)|26.05.2005]] || '''[[Fanarea / LIFAD Concerts|Fanarea show]]'''
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| style="text-align:center"|[[26.05.2005 (concert)|26 May 2005]] || '''[[Fanarea / LIFAD Concerts|Fanarea show]]'''
 
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==Support==
 
==Support==
*[[01.11.2004 (concert)|01.11.2004]] – [[18.12.2004 (concert)|18.11.2004]]: Support by '''Exilia'''
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*[[01.11.2004 (concert)|1 November 2004]] – [[18.12.2004 (concert)|18 December 2004]]: Support by '''Exilia'''
*[[01.02.2005 (concert)|01.02.2005]] – [[11.02.2005 (concert)|11.02.2005]]: Support by '''[[Apocalyptica]]'''
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*[[01.02.2005 (concert)|1 February 2005]] – [[11.02.2005 (concert)|11 February 2005]]: Support by '''[[Apocalyptica]]'''
*[[12.02.2005 (concert)|12.02.2005]]: Support by '''AqME'''
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*[[12.02.2005 (concert)|12 February 2005]]: Support by '''AqME'''
*[[13.02.2005 (concert)|13.02.2005]] – [[28.02.2005 (concert)|28.02.2005]]: Support by '''[[Apocalyptica]]'''
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*[[13.02.2005 (concert)|13 February 2005]] – [[28.02.2005 (concert)|28 February 2005]]: Support by '''[[Apocalyptica]]'''
*[[23.06.2005 (concert)|23.06.2005]] – [[26.06.2005 (concert)|26.06.2005]]: Support by '''[[Apocalyptica]]'''
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*[[23.06.2005 (concert)|23 June 2005]] – [[26.06.2005 (concert)|26 June 2005]]: Support by '''[[Apocalyptica]]'''
*[[14.07.2005 (concert)|14.07.2005]] – [[18.07.2005 (concert)|18.07.2005]]: Support by '''Devil Sold His Soul'''
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*[[14.07.2005 (concert)|14 July 2005]] – [[18.07.2005 (concert)|18 July 2005]]: Support by '''Devil Sold His Soul'''
*[[23.07.2005 (concert)|23.07.2005]]: Support by '''DJ Torgull'''
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*[[23.07.2005 (concert)|23 July 2005]]: Support by '''DJ Torgull'''
  
 
==Notable concerts==
 
==Notable concerts==
*'''[[30.09.2004 (concert)|30.09.2004]]''' – The only concert played fully acoustically as well as the first known performances of ''[[Los (song)|Los]]'', ''[[Dalai Lama (song)|Dalai Lama]]'' and ''[[Amour (song)|Amour]]''.
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*'''[[30.09.2004 (concert)|30 September 2004]]''' – The only concert played fully acoustically as well as the first known performances of ''[[Los (song)|Los]]'', ''[[Dalai Lama (song)|Dalai Lama]]'' and ''[[Amour (song)|Amour]]''.
*'''[[11.10.2004 (concert)|11.10.2004]]''' – The first known performances of ''[[Reise, Reise (song)|Reise, Reise]]'', ''[[Keine Lust (song)|Keine Lust]]'', ''[[Morgenstern (song)|Morgenstern]]'', ''[[Stein um Stein (song)|Stein um Stein]]'', ''[[Mein Teil (song)|Mein Teil]]'', ''[[Amerika (song)|Amerika]]'' and ''[[Moskau (song)|Moskau]]''.
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*'''[[11.10.2004 (concert)|11 October 2004]]''' – The first known performances of ''[[Reise, Reise (song)|Reise, Reise]]'', ''[[Keine Lust (song)|Keine Lust]]'', ''[[Morgenstern (song)|Morgenstern]]'', ''[[Stein um Stein (song)|Stein um Stein]]'', ''[[Mein Teil (song)|Mein Teil]]'', ''[[Amerika (song)|Amerika]]'' and ''[[Moskau (song)|Moskau]]''.
*'''[[01.11.2004 (concert)|01.11.2004]]''' – The first public concert of the '''Reise, Reise Tour''' as well as the last known performance of ''[[Amour (song)|Amour]]''.
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*'''[[01.11.2004 (concert)|1 November 2004]]''' – The first public concert of the '''Reise, Reise Tour''' as well as the last known performance of ''[[Amour (song)|Amour]]''.
*'''[[02.11.2004 (concert)|02.11.2004]]''' – The last known performance of ''[[Dalai Lama (song)|Dalai Lama]]''.
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*'''[[02.11.2004 (concert)|2 November 2004]]''' – The last known performance of ''[[Dalai Lama (song)|Dalai Lama]]''.
*'''[[03.02.2005 (concert)|03.02.2005]]''', '''[[04.02.2005 (concert)|04.02.2005]]''' and '''[[05.02.2005 (concert)|05.02.2005]]''' - Completely recorded and used for ''[[Völkerball (live)|Völkerball]]''.
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*'''[[03.02.2005 (concert)|3]]''', '''[[04.02.2005 (concert)|4]]''' and '''[[05.02.2005 (concert)|5 February 2005]]''' - Completely recorded and used for ''[[Völkerball (live)|Völkerball]]''.
*'''[[25.02.2005 (concert)|25.02.2005]]''' – The first concert in Slovenia.
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*'''[[25.02.2005 (concert)|25 February 2005]]''' – The first concert in Slovenia.
*'''[[28.02.2005 (concert)|28.02.2005]]''' – The first concert in Slovakia.
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*'''[[28.02.2005 (concert)|28 February 2005]]''' – The first concert in Slovakia.
*'''[[03.06.2005 (concert)|03.06.2005]]''' – This concert was filmed entirely for release on ''[[Völkerball (live)|Völkerball]]''.
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*'''[[03.06.2005 (concert)|3 June 2005]]''' – This concert was filmed entirely for release on ''[[Völkerball (live)|Völkerball]]''.
*'''[[23.06.2005 (concert)|23.06.2005]]''' – The first known performance of ''[[Benzin (song)|Benzin]]''.
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*'''[[23.06.2005 (concert)|23 June 2005]]''' – The first known performance of ''[[Benzin (song)|Benzin]]''.
*'''[[15.07.2005 (concert)|15.07.2005]]''' – Completely recorded and supposed to be used for ''[[Völkerball (live)|Völkerball]]''.
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*'''[[15.07.2005 (concert)|15 July 2005]]''' – Completely recorded and supposed to be used for ''[[Völkerball (live)|Völkerball]]''.
*'''[[23.07.2005 (concert)|23.07.2005]]''' – Completely recorded and used for ''[[Völkerball (live)|Völkerball]]''. Also the last known performance of ''[[Los (song)|Los]]''.
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*'''[[23.07.2005 (concert)|23 July 2005]]''' – Completely recorded and used for ''[[Völkerball (live)|Völkerball]]''. Also the last known performance of ''[[Los (song)|Los]]''.
*'''[[30.07.2005 (concert)|30.07.2005]]''' – [[Till Lindemann|Till]] got injured during this concert, cancelling the rest of the tour, making this the last concert of the '''Reise, Reise Tour'''. Also the last known performances of ''[[Morgenstern (song)|Morgenstern]]'' and ''[[Stein um Stein (song)|Stein um Stein]]''.
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*'''[[30.07.2005 (concert)|30 July 2005]]''' – [[Till Lindemann|Till]] got injured during this concert, cancelling the rest of the tour, making this the last concert of the '''Reise, Reise Tour'''. Also the last known performances of ''[[Morgenstern (song)|Morgenstern]]'' and ''[[Stein um Stein (song)|Stein um Stein]]''.
  
 
==Average Setlist==
 
==Average Setlist==
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#[[Sonne (song)|Sonne]]
 
#[[Sonne (song)|Sonne]]
 
#[[Ich will (song)|Ich will]]<br><br>
 
#[[Ich will (song)|Ich will]]<br><br>
#[[Ohne dich (song)|Ohne dich]]
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#[[Ohne dich (song)|Ohne dich]] (feat. [[Apocalyptica]])
#[[Mein Herz brennt (song)|Mein Herz brennt]]
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#[[Mein Herz brennt (song)|Mein Herz brennt]] (feat. [[Apocalyptica]])
 
#[[Stripped (song)|Stripped]]
 
#[[Stripped (song)|Stripped]]
 
</poem>
 
</poem>

Revision as of 00:52, 10 January 2020

The Reise, Reise Tour was the fourth concert tour by Rammstein. It is named after the band's fourth album, Reise, Reise, which was released on 27 September 2004. The tour had 73 concerts, the first one being on 1 November 2004 in Mannheim, Germany (not counting the label showcase on 30 September 2004 and the private shows for the members of the official fanclub on 11, 12 and 13 October 2004 in Berlin) and the last on 30 July 2005 in Gothenburg, Sweden.

Subtours, tour legs and special performances

Dates Subtour / Tour leg / Type
30 September 2004 Label showcase
Reise, Reise Tour 2004
11 October 200413 October 2004 Fanarea shows
1 November 200418 December 2004 Headline shows
1 February 200530 July 2005 Headline shows & festivals
Reise, Reise Tour 2005
2 April 2005 TV performance
26 May 2005 Fanarea show

Support

Notable concerts

Average Setlist

The setlist stayed mostly the same throughout the tour, but there are some exceptions.

2004 Fanclub Setlist
  Used for the Fanclub shows on 11, 12 and 13 October 2004.
Unfinalized Setlist
  Only used once, on 1 November 2004.
Unfinalized Setlist
  Only used once, on 2 November 2004.
Average Setlist
  In use from 4 November 2004 onwards and used for every headline concert in 2004 and 2005, except when noted.
Exception Setlist
  Used on 10 and 11 February 2005.
Unique Setlist
  Only used once, on 3 June 2005.
2005 Fanclub Setlist
  Used for the Fanclub show on 26 May 2005.
Average Setlist
  Used for every festival show in 2005, except for 23 July 2005, when the headline setlist was used.

Stage effects and stunts

The effects and stunts listed here are limited to the Reise, Reise Tour, for a full overview of the band's stunts and effects, see Stage effects and stunts.

Fire masks
Used for: Feuer frei!
Time period: 1 November 2004 - 30 July 2005
Description
Before playing the last refrain, Till, Paul and Richard would don masks and shoot flames above each other and the audience. This effect originates from the Mutter Tour.
Explosive Drumsticks
Used for: Feuer frei!
Time period: 1 November 2004 - 30 July 2005
Description
During the final part of the song, when Till yells the last "bang bang", Schneider would rise his arms high up while his drumsticks would shoot out one explosion each.
Cooking pot
Used for: Mein Teil
Time period: 1 November 2004 - 30 July 2005
Description
At the start of the song, Till would push a big cooking pot on wheels on stage. Sometime afterwards, he would throw of the lid to reveal Flake inside of it. A keyboard would also be mounted on the side of the pot.
Flamethrower cooking
Used for: Mein Teil
Time period: 1 November 2004 - 30 July 2005
Description
Till would use a small flamethrower to light up the cooking pot.
Burning Flake
Used for: Mein Teil
Time period: 1 November 2004 - 30 July 2005
Description
Flake would crawl out of the pot after it was fired upon by Till, he would have small firework launchers attached to him which would first produce smoke and afterwards shoot small fireworks in the air.
Cannibal Till
Used for: Mein Teil
Time period: 1 November 2004 - 30 July 2005
Description
Till would come out to play with a chef's hat and apron, he would also be covered in blood. His microphone would have a big butcher's knife atteched to it.
Air bursts
Used for: Sehnsucht
Time period: 1 November 2004 - 30 July 2005
Description
At the beginning of the song, multiple air bursts go off, corresponding with Schneider's drum hits. This effect originates from the Sehnsucht Tour.
Green flame curtain
Used for: Sehnsucht
Time period: 1 November 2004 - 30 July 2005
Description
Before the last part of the song, a green curtain of flames would ignite at the front of the stage. This effect originates from the Sehnsucht Tour.
Sparkling bow
Used for: Du riechst so gut
Time period: 1 November 2004 - 30 July 2005
Description
For the keyboard intro Till would come out with a huge bow to which multiple sparkle fountain fireworks would be attached. Once the song really started, the fireworks would go off and Till would start twirling around.
Fire sleeves
Used for: Du riechst so gut
Time period: 1 November 2004 - 30 July 2005
Description
During the guitar solo, Paul and Richard would go to the middle of the stage. Whilst playing, a metal sleeve with several tubes mounted to their right arms would start to produce small flames.
Burning coat
Used for: Rammstein
Time period: 3 June 2005
Description
There is only one known time it was used during this tour. This effect originates from the Herzeleid Tour.
Flamethrower exoskeleton
Used for: Rammstein
Time period: 1 November 2004 - 30 July 2005
Description
Till would come out to sing the song with an exoskeleton for his arms. This exoskeleton is used to carry the heavy flamethrowers. Throughout the song, Till would occasionally fire the flamethrowers high up in the air.
Burning microphone stands
Used for: Asche zu Asche
Time period: 1 November 2004 - 30 July 2005
Description
Before the last part of the song, Paul and Richard's microphone stands would catch on fire. This effect originates from the Herzeleid Tour.
Smoke bombs
Used for: Asche zu Asche
Time period: 1 November 2004 - 30 July 2005
Description
Technicians would place some smoke bombs that would go off halfway through the song, the generated smoke would be blown away towards the audience with big fans. This effect originates from the Herzeleid Tour.
Mini drumkit
Used for: Los
Time period: 16 November 2004 - 30 July 2005
Description
At the start of the song, Schneider would leave his usual drumset to play on a much smaller version.
Keyboard smashing
Used for: Los
Time period: 1 November 2004 - 30 July 2005
Description
At the end of the song, Flake would start to smash his keyboard to pieces, before throwing it away.
Segway
Used for: Amerika
Time period: 1 November 2004 - 30 July 2005
Confetti
Used for: Amerika
Time period: 1 November 2004 - 30 July 2005
Spark rain
Used for: Ohne dich
Time period: 1 November 2004 - 30 July 2005
Description
At the final part of the song, a lot of sparks start to rain down Till.
Crowd sailing
Used for: Stripped
Time period: 1 November 2004 - 30 July 2005
Description
At some point during the song an inflatable boat would be brought on stage, Olli would take place in it. The boat would be passed to the crowd where Olli would spend some time sailing until eventually returning.
Smoke bursts
Used for: Keine Lust
Time period: 1 November 2004 - 30 July 2005
Description
Throughout the song, bursts of smoke would occasionally launch up from the ground.


Media

List of professional live recordings

Date Venue / Festival / TV Show City Country Type Completeness Sound Status Notes
1 Nov 2004 Maimarkthalle Mannheim Germany Flag of Germany.svg Video Incomplete Soundboard Public
9 Nov 2004 Pavilhão Atlântico Lisbon Portugal Flag of Portugal.svg Video Incomplete Soundboard Public
28 Nov 2004 Olympic Sports Complex Moscow Russia Flag of Russia.svg Video Incomplete Soundboard Public Recorded for release on Völkerball.
3 Dec 2004 T-Mobile Arena Prague Czechia Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Video Incomplete Soundboard Public
3 Feb 2005 Brixton Academy London UK Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Video Complete Soundboard Public Recorded for release on Völkerball.
4 Feb 2005
5 Feb 2005
11 Feb 2005 Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy Paris France Flag of France.svg Video Incomplete Soundboard Public
21 Feb 2005 Spodek Katowice Poland Flag of Poland.svg Video Incomplete Soundboard Public
27 Feb 2005 Papp László Budapest Sportaréna Budapest Hungary Flag of Hungary.svg Video Incomplete Soundboard Public
2 Apr 2005 ECHO Awards Berlin Germany Flag of Germany.svg Video Complete Soundboard Public
3 Jun 2005 Club Citta Kawasaki Japan Flag of Japan.svg Video Incomplete Soundboard Public Recorded for release on Völkerball.
10 Jun 2005 Hurricane Festival Scheeßel Germany Flag of Germany.svg Video Complete Soundboard Public
15 Jul 2005 NEC Arena Solihull UK Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Video Complete Soundboard Public Extra scenes used for release on Völkerball.
23 Jul 2005 Festival de Nîmes Nîmes France Flag of France.svg Video Complete Soundboard Public Recorded for release on Völkerball.

Gallery

Live photos

Other (posters, tickets, etc.)

Themed Posters
Festival Posters
Themed Tickets
Tickets
Setlists